Apple Wants People to Know How to Clean Its New Credit Card
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Apple believes some of its zealous customers will treasure its new titanium credit card so much that they will spend time polishing its white finish.
That’s why Apple has posted instructions on how to clean the card properly and warned that some materials might leave blemishes that are difficult to remove.
The list of potential hazards includes leather and denim, prompting some people to conclude Apple’s credit card is so special that it can’t be stored in the wallets and pockets where most other credit cards reside.
But the company says it merely wants people to know that the dyes used in some types of leather and denim can leave stains. Those discolouring marks are unlikely in most kinds of wallets and jeans, something Apple alluded to in its post by advising that the card can be kept in a wallet or pocket made of “soft materials.”
The reverence Apple seemed to be according its card triggered widespread derision on Twitter and elsewhere on the Internet.